The best summer job, any idea or advice?

  • gregory548

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    Sep 23, 2008 6:30 PM GMT
    The summer is over but im looking for the next summer job.
    This summer I was working in the UK, picking strawberries (no more fucking strawberries!!!).
    Well, I would like to spend the next summer in the USA. Do u know what I could do there, whats the best job for a foreigner etc. I would like to stay there for 3 or 4 months.
    And what about the accomodation? whats the best and, of course, the cheapest possibility?
    Thank for your answersicon_biggrin.gif
  • gregory548

    Posts: 48

    Sep 23, 2008 6:49 PM GMT
    Thank you.
    I havent already decided which city.
    i will probably go alone, on my own, if it is possible. not a school program.

  • Bunjamon

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    Sep 23, 2008 9:40 PM GMT
    Look into planting trees in northern British Columbia. You'll make tons of money, get into really good shape, and experience the Canadian wilderness. I haven't done it but I have friends who do it every year and love it. It IS camping, essentially, for 3-4 months, but you make a SHITLOAD of money.
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    Sep 24, 2008 1:27 AM GMT
    I want to be a camp councillor......... i was wondering where in the us there's ummer sun guaranteed + really big lake.........then ill go there icon_razz.gif.
    Any answers
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    Sep 24, 2008 2:15 AM GMT
    It's hard to recommend something without knowing what you like to do - or what you'd want to do even. Right off the top of my head, I would suggest working at a theme park. You'd meet a TON of cool kids your age and most likely make some friends for life. They normally provide housing and take care of your visa requirements for you. I doubt you'll make all that much money or even get to see much of the US. But, if you like theme parks and working with people your age, you'd probably have a ton of fun. So, if that's a goal, I'd look up some parks. I'd suggest Cedar Point, but it's in Ohio. Not sure that'd be on your list normally. But, there's also Disney's College Program.

    I'd recommend that. But, like I said, you might DESPISE theme parks.
  • gregory548

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    Sep 27, 2008 1:48 PM GMT
    A theme park? it sounds interesting. I´ll google iticon_biggrin.gif